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    EMPLOYMENT, RESEARCH, VOLUNTEER, & EXTRACURRICULAR EXPERIENCES Paid Employment #1 Supervisor, pharmaceutical recruiter As a team leader of scientific recruiters, I was able to utilize my leadership skills and recieved exposure to the job requirements of various clinical professionals. I led a team of recruiters and offered conceptual knowledge of the terminology used in clinical environments. The companies which I staffed for included: Novartis, Biogen, Bayer, Abbott, and Exedra. I learned a…

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    Throughout my life I have experienced many traumatic events that have shaped me as an adult. Many of my experiences as a child have influenced my career choice as well. I want to become a nurse and continue helping people through many different life problems. I feel I have become more conscientious to responding to people in pain because of my various traumatic childhood experiences. When people are in need I find myself coming to their side to help and assist them with whatever is affecting…

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    Emphasis on Pivotal Experiences Human experiences are bountiful, unique and inconsistent, they are an essential part of life that all individuals will confront. Every experience has copious amounts of variables and actions. These varying experiences affect a person 's point of view, and can gravely change how they are perceived or how they act. Some experiences can be results of the people around the individual and how they affect daily life. Other Experiences can impact an individual 's will…

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    The idea of Literacy Sponsorship described by Brandt shows that we become literate from everyday activities from the people we meet, the places we go to everyday and the resources we have at our disposal. In my experience in reading and writing, there has been numerous Literacy Sponsors in their own form. While growing up, my parents acted as my first literacy sponsors and helped me through reading and writing then throughout school. In my Sophomore year of High School, my teacher introduced a…

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    Life experiences change us as people and these experiences can affect our lives both positively and negatively. They teach us lessons that provide wisdom that cannot be obtained in a classroom. However, these lessons can be difficult to grasp at the time they are experienced as it may be through death or harassment. While joyful events can teach us many things, it is the crisis that mainly brings knowledge, especially of how to remain strong in the absence of positivity. Life experiences can…

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    thought experiment known as the ‘Experience Machine’. This hypothetical machine aims to argue against moral hedonism by proposing that there are more intrinsically important elements to one 's existence than pleasure, namely experience. This essay aims to firstly outline Nozick’s argument, illustrate how it can be seen as a counter-argument to hedonism and finally provide a critique of the conditions of the argument. Nozick introduces his readers to the ‘Experience Machine’ by describing the…

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    P1. If pleasure is what we value most and we will experience more pleasure by doing x rather than doing y, then we should do x over y P2. We will experience more pleasure by plugging into the Experience Machine than not plugging into the Experience Machine C1: If all that matters to us is maximising pleasure then we should want to plug into the experience machine. (P1&P2) P3. We have reason to not want to plug into the Experience Machine C2. Therefore, experiencing as much pleasure as possible…

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    amount of time in self-reflection, exploring how my experiences, socio-economic status, race, gender, and sexual orientation all influence my work with clients. Self-awareness helps us to prevent our biases and backgrounds from interfering with the work, and allows us to better serve our clients. In this paper, we were asked to explore how our personal biases and cultural background inform our…

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    A spiritual experience is an event or moment that defines or changes a person and is usually experienced within the context of the person’s faith or belief in something. There is no set place or time for a religious experience, it can be in public or private, some are even when the person isn’t even awake. Gini Brumble had her spiritual experience over the course of a year, Jaken Bautista’s was during an afternoon nap, and my own spanned about nine months. Each of these experiences showed us…

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    substantiate, religious experiences as an argument from religious experience. Two examples are Swinburne’s Principle of Credulity, and Alston’s concept of doxastic practice. Richard Swinburne holds that if it seems to a subject something to be x on the basis of the subject’s experience it is probably the case that x is (Swinburne, 2004). According to Swinburne, it is reasonable to assume that the world is the way it is experienced and unless we have reason to doubt a religious experience then…

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